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"CONTEMPORARY ACHIEVEMENTS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 2015 "
FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING SUBOTICA , 2015.y., pp. 765-771


TLS AND DIGITAL PHOTOGRAMMETRY STUDIES IN CULTURAL HERITAGE DOMAIN
 
DOI: 10.14415/konferencijaGFS 2015.097
UDC: 528.7:502.22
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Author : Herban, Sorin; Vilceanu, Beatrice
 
 Summary:
 The documentation of cultural heritage through the acquisition of digital data and the realization of 3D models currently can count on many procedures and survey instruments which have been developed in the last decades and still more specialized for the acquisition of metrical information with high resolution levels, reliability and precision. The paper proves its applicability as photogrammetric technologies are nowadays used at a large scale for obtaining the 3D model of cultural heritage objects, efficacious in their assessment and monitoring, thus contributing to historic conservation. Its importance also lies in highlighting the advantages and disadvantages of each method used – very important issue for both the industrial and scientific segment when facing decisions such as in which technology to invest more research and funds. For cultural heritage purposes, the 3D models of the Martyr’s cross monument realized in this comparative study meet the accuracy criteria and sustain the idea that not in every modeling process there is much need of using highly technical or expensive technology as a realistic and feasible methodology for documenting cultural heritage objects with the aid of GIS.
 
 Keywords:
 Cultural Heritage objects,3D Models, Terrestrial Laser Scanner, Digital Photogrammetry, Image Processing